Jeff Wilser

Jeff  Wilser

Jeff Wilser is the author of 7 books including Alexander Hamilton's Guide to Life, The Book of Joe: The Life, Wit, and (Sometimes Accidental) Wisdom of Joe Biden, and an Amazon Best Book of the Month in both Non-Fiction and Humor. Jeff is a freelance journalist and content marketing writer with over 13 years of experience. His work has been published by The New York Times, New York magazine, Fast Company, GQ, Esquire, TIME, Conde Nast Traveler, Glamour, Cosmo, mental_floss, MTV, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, The Miami Herald, and Comstock's Magazine. He covers a wide range of topics including travel, tech, business, history, dating and relationships, books, culture, blockchain, film, finance, productivity, psychology, and specializes in translating "geek to plain-talk." His TV appearances have ranged from BBC News to the The View. Jeff also has a strong business background. He began his career as a financial analyst for Intel Corporation, and spent 10 years providing data analysis and customer segmentation insights for a $200 million division of Scholastic Publishing. This makes him a good fit for corporate and business clients. His corporate clients range from Reebok to Kimpton Hotels to AARP. Jeff is represented by Rob Weisbach Creative Management.

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Why Decentralized AI Is Gaining Steam
A year ago, “Crypto+AI” sounded like a game of “VC mad libs.” Now, as real-world applications begin to emerge, the idea makes much more sense. Jeff Wilser, who is hosting the...
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Demystifying AI’s Black Box: Ariana Spring and Andrew Stanco on How Blockchain Tech Can Shine a Light on Hidden Inputs
AI is taking over our lives but exactly what goes on inside AI systems is unclear. Two researchers from EQTY Lab shine a light on how to make these mechanics more visible.
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What Consensus Speakers Are Looking Forward to This Year
Networking, conversations and the dozens and dozens of side events are some of the things this year's cast of crypto luminaries are excited about in Austin, Texas.
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Filip Wielanier: 'Web3 Marketing Is a Win-Win'
Cookie3’s co-founder and CEO explains how Web3 marketing can create a shared economy of users, creators and businesses.
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How Web3 Marketing Changes the Game
Web3 promises a new relationship between brands and consumers. Fewer cookies and less tracking. More participation and ownership.
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Irthu Suresh: Using Blockchain Tech to Reduce Water Shortages
The founder of the Atlantis water exchange is a speaker at this year’s Consensus festival in Austin, Texas, May 29-31.
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‘We're Doing it, We Believe in it’: The Sandbox’s Nicola Sebastiani on Bringing Gaming to the Metaverse
The Chief Content Officer, who is speaking at Consensus this month, says 280,000 Sandbox users are now generating creating games and experiences on the platform.
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Kgothatso Ngako: How I Brought the Machankura Bitcoin App to Africa
Ngako is a speaker at this year's Consensus festival, in Austin, Texas, May 29-31.
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Allison Duettmann: How Blockchains Can Make AI Safer
The CEO of the Foresight Institute, a speaker at Consensus 2024, says there are three key areas where cryptographic technologies can improve artificial intelligence systems.
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‘AI-Agents Will Do Crypto Transactions’: Arif Khan on the Future of Crypto-AI
Alethea CEO Arif Khan, a speaker on the AI Stage at Consensus 2024, says we’ll soon be automating large parts of lives including paying bills and responding to emails.
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